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CD Cover Creator  Version 0.9.1 (stable)                       
Creating LaTeX cd-cover files
Copyright (C) 2000, Ulli Meybohm, www.meybohm.de (GNU General Public License)

Start: cdcover [options]

Options:     
-t, --title <TITLE>                  Set Frontcover Title
-s, --subtitle <SUBTITLE>            Set Frontcover Subtitle
-b, --backcovertext <BACKCOVERTEXT>  Set Backcovertext       (can be multiline)
-l, --sidetext-left <LEFTSIDETEXT>   Set left sidetext        (default=<TITLE>) 
-r, --sidetext-right <RIGHTSIDETEXT> Set right   "         (default=<SUBTITLE>) 
-c, --count <COUNT>                  Set Number of CDs              (default=1)
-o, --outputfile <FILENAME>          Set Outputfile (*.tex)    (default=stdout)

You can use the variables %i and %n in the string-parameters if you make covers
for cd-sets with more than one disk. (see example below, 6 CDs) 

Examples:
cdcover -t "SuSE Linux 6.3" -s "Disc %i/%n" -b "SuSE Linux" -c 6 -o suse.tex
cdcover -t "Backup" -s "Date: 04-2000" -b "`ls -1 /backup/*.tgz`" -o backup.tex